597 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos

Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Parkwood Road Residence Master Bedroom
Ideabooks260K
Questions188
what are your favorite neutral wall colors for a traditional home...I'm really stuck
can you tell me the depth of the built-ins. i love that they are so narrow and don't take up half the room!
We are building and I am wondering what size should we go for the bedroom. We have a king size bed, we will have a fireplace,built in furniture and I would like to have a little reading space like the one you have. What size what that room? Also I would like to know if you have
Thank you for your question! Choices for traditional wall colors can be endless. If you like the look in this photo, the color used here is Benjamin Moore Cobblestone Path 1606 and Benjamin Moore White
that. The colors are definitely Silver Gray 2131-60 by Benjamin Moore on the walls and White Dove OC-17 by Benjamin Moore on the trim, ceiling, and built-ins. Again, we apologize for the confusion! Best of luck, — Martha O'Hara Interiors | oharainteriors.com
“curtains” — mccartt75
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks120K
Questions82
Are the built-in cabinets custom? What kind of wood and paint color/finish was used for them? I'm getting bids on the same kind of built-ins and live in the Seattle area if you have a contact.
complete with room, furniture and built in dimensions?
Clearly you have hit a home run with this plan but many of us are too far to use you as a designer. Have you considered selling this design plan that is already done, complete with dimensions of the room, built ins, furniture, fireplace, rug and
If you google "Traditional Home Magazine Paul Moon Design", you can read an entire article and see 22 pages of pictures. Lots of details and information about products in
Is the trim,built ins, and ceiling the same color?
“so cozy” — arossi615
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks4,266
Questions6
I'm try to track down a Scandinavian designed home in Wisconsin built by a Chicago architect. It was featured yrs ago in Country Home or Country Living. It is a cluster of connected units,with bright exteriors and one
Wall of built ins connect the rooms together
furnishings in the dining and living areas, which really drive home the point: Although the home's architecture is linked to New England building traditions, the interior design and use of sustainable materials and methods unabashedly breaks with its past.The shadows cast by the windows connecting the
“windows” — retomer
Studio 212 Interiors
15 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
Ideabooks270K
Questions240
Would you consider this contemporary or transitional? I love the distressed look of the floor but wonder if that would be more of a traditional/transitional look.
examples of what Saltillo can look like white surroundings: The first picture is of a Manganese finish Hexagon floor. The Second picture is of a Traditional finish Square floor in a diagonal pattern. The third picture is the square Antique "old-world, reclaimed terracotta" finish.
They are wider than the traditional shaker door. I would say they are 2 1/2" to 3".
These are custom cabinets built by Jesse Bay Cabinetry, Port Orchard, WA
product did not offer coordinating baseboards and stair treads, so the stair treads shown in this home (in other photos on houzz.com) were custom built to match and distressed by hand.
“Wooden flooring, marble tops” — West Egg Interiors
Rockwood Custom Homes
13 Reviews
Traditional Style at its Best
Ideabooks308
Questions0
Great space! Love the colours, built ins, windows
Love the total look. Has built ins
Modern handles on shaker built in
Traditional Style at its Best
Built in...built ins...built in cabinetry
“palette” — fogfog
Traci Connell Interiors
13 Reviews
Fairview Transitional Custom Home
Ideabooks339
Questions2
love mix of contemporary fabrics with very traditional designs
built-in seating, windows, curves
Built in breakfast table
Built in seating...built-in banquette...built-in booth
“Upholstery” — rechnitz
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
1 Review
Living Room
Ideabooks11,008
Questions20
where did the built in mirror cabinets come from?
Tammy, These are custom built cabinets carefully designed by the homeowner, interior designer and cabinet maker. These were built by William C. Pritchard Co, located in Charleston, South Carolina.
Love all the conversation/gathering spaces. Love the built ins
traditional detailing and the windows in the dormer for day light.
“Furniture arrangement” — sarahhormuth
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
105 Golden Bear
Ideabooks6,207
Questions23
Napoli by Minka Aire. It's a gorgeous fan, and one of my personal favorites. http://www.houzz.com/photos/7880131/Napoli-Ceiling-Fan-by-Minka-Aire-traditional-ceiling-fans-orange-county You can find it here: http://www.ceilingfan.com/Minka-Aire-Napoli-II-Ceiling-Fan-s/353.htm Hope that helps! :)
Wonderful traditional livingroom
Air vent, built in, mural
built inns...Built ins...Dark wood built ins
“love the windows” — christineross
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